Hi, Rudolf:

Sure.  Create a new subsystem that only allows three jobs, then
put Q1 and Q2 in THAT subsystem instead of the one that Q3 is in.

If you need more details, just ask.

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Wiesmayr Rudolf <Rudolf.Wiesmayr@mag.linz.at> on 09/18/97 08:27:08 AM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com> @ INTERNET
cc:  
Subject: A Job Queueing Problem

Hi Midrangers!

I could not find an answer for my problem in the Work Management Manual.

A batch subsystem has MAXACT = 3
There are 3 queues:
Q1 allows one   job  at a time
Q2 allows two   jobs at a time
Q3 allows three jobs at a time
The sequence of the queues in the subsystem is Q1, Q2, Q3

The problem with this configuration is: I do not want to run three jobs from Q1 
and Q2 at a time.

Is there a possibility to configure this: "Run one job from Q1 and at most two 
jobs from Q2, but no more than two of them at a
time"?

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